Proposed Five-Year Capital Plan
Glynn County - FY2024 - FY2028
Release Date: May 10, 2023
Updated: May 15, 2023 (Detail Tables)
To the Honorable Commissioners:
Glynn County management is pleased to present our first five-year capital plan which includes a complete listing of Fiscal Year 2024 capital and a preliminary listing of capital needs identified for Fiscal Years 2025 - 2028. With this being the first year of our five-year capital plan implementation, we will continue to work with the Glynn County citizens, Commissioners, elected officials and county staff to identify capital needs, funding sources and project costs for future fiscal years. We anticipate this plan will become more robust over the next year as we develop a more in-depth five-year capital planning process in conjunction with an updated strategic plan and performance management process. We look forward to continuing our work on this long-term capital funding strategy as we strive to make Glynn County better together.
Five-Year Proposed Capital Totals by Funding Source
Fiscal Year 2024 Capital Project & Asset Listing
Fiscal Year 2025 Capital Project & Asset Listing
Fiscal Year 2026 Capital Project & Asset Listing
Fiscal Year 2027 Capital Project & Asset Listing
Fiscal Year 2028 Capital Project & Asset Listing
The SPLOST 2022 referendum was approved by Glynn County voters during the General Election on November 8, 2022. Collections from the one-cent Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax began in April 2023 and will end in March 2029 (6 years). Glynn County will receive our first SPLOST monthly revenue on May 31, 2023.
This one percent sales tax will pay for new sidewalks, drainage projects for storm preparedness, recreation and park enhancements, road and traffic improvements, public safety needs, and general infrastructure around the county. In addition, this revenue will be shared by our local partners including the City of Brunswick, the Jekyll Island Authority, the Brunswick-Glynn Joint Water & Sewer Commission, the Glynn County Airport Commission, and the Golden Isles Development Authority.
The SPLOST 2022 project list is divided into two tiers. Tier 1 includes projects that will be completed and must be fully funded before projects from Tier 2 can begin. Tier 2 projects will be priorities and completed contingent upon SPLOST revenue collections.